|CMP-247 Zero G and Space Suits.wmv - NASA/JSC|
ZERO-G AND SPACE SUITS (EPISODE 3) CMP 247 - (1988) - 28 1/2 Minutes The space suit worn by Apollo astronauts is described. Weightlessness is also explained using animation. Astronauts are seen in zero-g and during extravehicular activity.
Keywords: Zero-G; Apollo; Weightlessness
|Reduced Gravity Program & Weightless Wonder Flights July 1, 27, & 28 2011|
This video documents highlights from flights conducted by NASAâs Reduced Gravity Program aboard Zero-G Corporationâs G-Force One aircraft. Departures were from Ellington Airport in Houston, TX and parabolic flight patterns were flown over the Gulf of Mexico to simulate a weightless or reduced gravity environment. Highlights also included question and answer segments used by the Reduced Gravity Education Flight Program for their âWeightless Wonderâ video series.
Keywords: Reduced Gravity; Zero-G; Weightless Wonder; NASA
|Airplane Geeks - Episode 116 - Roving Reporters - Airplane Geeks|
David, Rob, Dan, and Max discuss the week's aviation news. We also have Kimon's report of a zero-G flight experience, David's interviews with the MS760 team and The Fighter Factory from the Oceana Airshow, and Max's interview with Carl Dietrich, co-Founder and CEO of Terrafugia developers of a flying car.
Keywords: podcast; aviation; airline; pilot; profits; Boeing; employment; Cessna; American Airlines; Zero G; airshow; Terrafugia; MS760; Red Devils
|NASA Connect - ISS - Research On the ISS - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Connect segment explaining the research being conducted on the ISS and how the microgravity environment affects astronauts in space.
Keywords: NASA Connect; International Space Station; Time; Space; Bone Loss; Microgravity; Zero-G; Research Environment; Body Fluids; Blood Stream; One-G; Means; Median; Standard Deviation
|NASA Connect - Functions and Statistics - International Space Station - Up To Us - NASA LaRC Office of Education|
NASA Connect Video containing six segments as described below. NASA Connect segment exploring the International Space Station. The video explains the basic facts and statistics about the ISS. NASA Connect segment involving students in an activity that explores the International Space Station. The activity designs an alternative space station and students create a model of that design. NASA Connect segment involving students in a web activity that explores the technology of the International Spac...
Keywords: NASA Connect; International Space Station; ISS; Solar Arrays; Space Stay; Atlantis; Destiny Laboratory; Research; ISS Components; Student Activity; Budget; Thermal Radiators; Photovoltaic Arrays; Docking Port; Habitation; Lab Modules; Truss Segments; Core Module; Attitude Control Thrusters; Robotic Arm; Mass; Experiment; Web Activity; Computer Simulation; Orbital Mechanics; Technology; Motion; Acceleration; Force; Planets; Moon; Gravity; Steady Motion; Orbital Radius; Speed; Time; Space; Bone Loss; Microgravity; Zero-G; Research Environment; Body Fluids; Blood Stream; One-G; Means; Median; Standard Deviation; Space Shuttle; Orbit; Russian Space Agency; European Space Agency; Japanese Space Agency; Canadian Space Agency; Zarya; Unity; Bridge Module; Service Module; Online; 3-D; Virtual